As wonderful as it is, Hawaii is humid–and mold loves Hawaii as much as we do.
Take for example the Hawaii Hilton, with a history of mold. (Closed for mold in the past, and possibly in the future.
Before the so called infestation there had to be water intrusion!
Where water has been, mold will follow, like that water from the fourth-floor pool in the tower that intruded into the spa treatment rooms. Since there were complaints of mold, standing water and degraded air quality, the Health Department’s visit to the Mandara Spa is going to cost up to $70,000. That’s just pennies compared to the hotel’s 2002 settlement of $1.8 million.